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Summary of experience:

•Extensive electrical design engineer experience including heavy industry and mining design.

•Able to perform electrical load, voltage drop and short circuit fault calculations, and NEC code analysis.

•Highly skilled at developing design documents and specifications.

•Experience in project management and leading and contributing to teams.

•Knowledgeable about building codes: NEC, CEC, IBC, NFPA & IEEE standards.

•Experienced in electric power, P&ID, motor controls, PLC and lighting design and engineering.

•Experienced in Construction Management.

•Highly skilled at CAD management and high proficiency in CAD production with AutoCAD. (Comfortable working with xrefs, paper space/model space, scaling, complying with project CAD standards.)


US Department of Labor Mine Safety and Health Administration Certificate of Training (MSHA Trained)


Western Governors University MBA program planned graduation August, 2011.

BS, Electronic Engineering Technology, Arizona State University, Tempe

Computer Skills:

Extensive experience designing with AutoCAD.Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Able to quickly learn new software and computer interfaces.

Work experience

Nov 2010Present

Electrical Engineering Designer

Cementation USA Inc.

Resolution Copper Mine  shaft sinking project – Responsible for designing shaft hoist and winch electrical controls, PLC control panels and wiring diagrams, Head Fame Lighting, CCTV, and P&ID for freshwater system.

Oct 2008Jul 2009

Electrical Engineer II

AMEC E&C Services, Inc.

Rocanville West PotashCorp Guardhouse and Dry Building - Lead the electrical design for a new 29,000 sf two story mining camp guardhouse and changing room facility located in Rocanville, Saskatchewan.Designed and drafted power, lighting, grounding, lightning protection, fire alarm and telecommunication systems. Completed a motor control package detailing the electrical power distribution for the building including MCC with over 30 motor starters schematics and wiring diagrams.

ADANAC Molybdenum Corporation Ruby Creek Mining – Entered all electrical equipment information in to a database from construction documents.Modeled the electrical power distribution system of the mining facility using Vantage Plant Engineering Workbench database. Preformed electrical comment disposition documentation, and project closeout archiving.Due to the very remote location of the Ruby Creek mining operation the electrical power was designed to be generated on site with six diesel generators (four 7.75 MW and two 1.5 MW generators)to power two 5500 HP ball mill motors and approximately 800 other motor loads.